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MOAH’s Visiting Artist-Scholar Program invites you to attend an artist-to-artist interview

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MOAH’s Visiting Artist-Scholar Program invites you to attend an artist-to-artist interview

665 West Lancaster BLVD
(Corner of Ehrlich Ave. and Lancaster BLVD)
Lancaster , CA 93534
February 24th, 2013 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Artist talk
WEBSITE:  
http://lancastermoah.org/index.php
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside main areas)
EMAIL:  
www.moah@cityoflancasterca.org
PHONE:  
(661) 723-6250
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue-Wed,Fri-Sun 11-6; Thu 11-8
TAGS:  
surrealism, abstract, figurative
COST:  
$5.00 suggested donation

DESCRIPTION

 

Join MOAH and Northrup-Grumman in welcoming internationally celebrated figure painter Rebecca Campbell and emerging abstract painter Chris Trueman to the Antelope Valley. Campbell will interview Truman about his solo exhibition Slipstream in MOAH’s East Gallery. Truman’s expansive, immersive canvases provide the viewer with a slipstream, or an assisting force, that draws the viewer into the painting through opposing elements of design and contrasting philosophical ideologies. The interview will focus on his creative process, artistic intent, and the scientific and philosophical underpinnings of his work.

 

Chris Trueman earned his BFA from San Francisco Art Institute in Painting and Digital Media and his MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Trueman currently teaches painting at Fullerton College and Santa Ana College and has previously taught at Chapman University. Trueman has exhibited his work nationally in San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and internationally in Milan, Italy. His work appears in New American Paintings and the Huffington Post.

 

Rebecca Campbell received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at LA Louver Gallery, Ameringer-Mc Enery-Yohe, Gagosion Gallery, the Phoenix Art Museum, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Cornell Fine Arts Museum and the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, among others. She has taught at Art Center College of Design, Claremont Graduate University, Vermont College of Fine Art, California State University Fullerton, Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Idyllwild Arts. Campbell’s work is regularly presented at Art Fairs including Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach, and has been featured in Art News, Los Angeles Times, Art Papers, X-TRA, Artworks Magazine, Art Ltd., and the Huffington Post.